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badhat

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Profanity detector gone haywire
Posted: 03-Mar-2012 18:39
 
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Where is the profanity in this paragraph? "Please describe what happens when you turn the p-o-w-e-r on. Does it go through the BIOS power o-n self test and start loading windows? Does the h-a-r-d drive light f-l-i-c-k-e-r for a long time?"

It keeps telling me I'm posting profanity. This forums scripts are stupid. Please write better ones.

Had to add hyphens here to get it to post.
MasterG

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Re: Profanity detector gone haywire
Posted: 05-Mar-2012 07:27   in response to: badhat in response to: badhat
 
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I’ve got similar problems… seems that profanity detector scans also some parts of words and not only the full word or passage in the text … sometimes it’s really painful to find out what parts of content cause this…hopefully an update would improve this scan.
badhat

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Re: Profanity detector gone haywire
Posted: 05-Mar-2012 15:28   in response to: badhat in response to: badhat
 
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Yeah a minute after I wrote that post I found which word it was and the obvious word-within-the-word... f-l-i-c-k-e-r.

Is this some kind of twisted scrabble game we have as a security system? ;)
MasterG

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Re: Profanity detector gone haywire
Posted: 05-Mar-2012 15:37   in response to: badhat in response to: badhat
 
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LOL I guess yes ;)
badhat

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Re: Profanity detector gone haywire
Posted: 05-Mar-2012 15:57   in response to: MasterG in response to: MasterG
 
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Well that's 7 points for a 7 letter word. :)
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